ZBrush FORM Materials Pack

A unique collection of 50 ZBrush MatCaps and Project Materials to render in ZBrush 4R8 with a single BPR pass. The pack also includes 13 materials that mimic the ‘look and feel’ of 3D printing resins for the Form 2 printer.

Why this pack?

This pack of Materials comes with projects that are ready to render with the click of a button, using the BPR capabilities in ZBrush 4R8. The render settings, lighting and BPR filters for every project and each material, have been configured to produce appealing renders that mimic the resins for the FORM 2 3Dprinter. Other materials are perfect for presentation renders, WIP screenshots that stand out, compositing passes or simply to enjoy a different look while sculpting.

Preview image of creature's head showcasing the materials for 3D print preview from the ZBrush FORM material Pack

3D printing Preview

Materials that mimic 3D printing resins
Preview image of cartoon head showcasing the presentation materials from the ZBrush FORM material Pack

Presentetion Renders

Materials to present your models or ‘WIP’
Preview image of helmet showcasing the compositing materials from the ZBrush FORM material Pack

Compositing Passes

Materials to enhance compositions
Preview image of creature's head showcasing the sculpting materials from the ZBrush FORM material Pack

Sculpting Materials

Materials with clear volumes for sculpting

What’s in it?

The ZBrush FORM Materials Pack comes with a total of 50 custom Materials for ZBrush 4R8 with 50 corresponding ‘BPR-ready’ projects. There is a two-part HD video tutorial that explains how to set up and use the resources.  The bonus content has 15 different HDR images for Keyshot 6 Pro (in .hdz format) and two templates for Keyshot and Photoshop, to help you produce images for your own custom materials.

How To Use the Resources…

This is the first part of the tutorial that comes with the ZBrush FORM Materials Pack. This PART 1 is essentially a walkthrough video that will show you how easy it is to load up a project, import a ZBrush model of you own and produce a good looking render with a single BPR pass, all within ZBrush. This short video also demonstrates the use of the resources from the ‘bonus’ materials.

Here are some examples of single pass renders in ZBrush using the material projects and no additional compositing…